All Places in Ukiah

  • Grace Hudson Museum and Sun House

    The Grace Hudson Museum and Sun House in Ukiah, California, is an art, history and anthropology museum focusing on the lifeworks of artist Grace Carpenter Hudson (1865-1937) and her ethnologist husband, Dr. John W. Hudson (1857-1936). Changing interdisciplinary exhibitions and public programs feature Western American art, California Indian cultures, histories Read more [...]

  • Emerald Triangle Glassworks

    As a locally owned and operated shop, we provide a diverse selection of novelties including one of a kind hand blown glass products, hemp products, natural fiber clothing, hemp organic cotton, and more. At the Emerald Triangle Glassworks, we go above and beyond for our customers. Our friendly and knowledgeable Read more [...]

  • Sundialed

    Sundialed Aims for Low Prices, High Quality. Back in 2005, Laythen Martines, owner of Sundialed put himself through school, receiving his environmental engineering degree from Humboldt State University. Following college, Laythen opened his own consulting business, where he helped cannabis farmers and retail distributors with their permitting processes. “Then I Read more [...]

  • Heidi’s Yarn Haven

    We love connecting our customers with the right yarn and the skills they need to create beautiful work. If you are in Ukiah and love yarn, you’ve found your store. Heidi’s Yarn Haven carries a full range of yarn, needles, and other products. Our helpful staff would love to assist Read more [...]

  • Miss Saigon Pho & Bar

    Miss Saigon Pho & Bar. Miss Saigon Pho & Bar is an exciting and enticing restaurant and cocktail bar that promotes Vietnamese culture and cuisine to its customers via Vietnamese food. All different types, including Vietnamese noodle soup, sushi, sandwiches, fried rice with seafood, or vegan food. Enjoy family-made traditional Read more [...]

  • Shoefly and Sox

    Specializing in fashionable comfort footwear for men and women—shoes that look as good as they feel! In 2005, Shannon Riley and Cindy Sauers created Shoefly and Sox so they could bring their children to work with them. With a family loan, a truckload of donated and recycled objects to use Read more [...]